9 Cheap Yet Delightful Retirement Places in Texas 2024


Texas is a great state to retire in, with no state income tax, warm weather, and diverse culture. But where are the best places to live on a budget?

A large city with low crime rates, affordable housing, and proximity to Mexico.

El Paso


A mid-sized city with friendly residents, good food, and several attractions.



A small town in the scenic Hill Country, with a vibrant community, golf courses, and festivals.



A historic town on the shores of Lake Granbury, with a quaint downtown, a theater, and a winery.



A coastal town with access to fishing, boating, and wildlife. 

Aransas Pass


A rural town in the Permian Basin, with a low cost of living, a golf course, and a state park.



A small town in the South Texas Plains, with a low crime rate, a hospital, and a museum.



A charming town in the Brazos Valley, with a low population density, a library, and a courthouse. 



A seaside town with a lighthouse, a museum, and a causeway.

Port Isabel


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